July 19, 2011
This version is clearer and crisper, with better separation and higher levels, than the composite by Dime-a-Dozen. also comes with a slight hiss.
The mix is toward the high end, not enough bass and too much trebble-y acoustic guitar for my taste, but the vocals are better, more clearly audible. Dylan changes some words around and sometimes puts an unusual emphasis on certain words, like the "because" before "everybody must get stoned" and hearing Jerry back him up vigorously on the last chorus of Rainy Day Women is just priceless.
If you are a fan of Queen Jane Approx., this recording has it intact.
I guess it's a 4.5 rounded up to a 5.